Brown blasts through JC opposition

October 03, 2015
@Normal:Jamaica College's captain, Allando Brown (centre), scores a header in the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup encounter against Clan Carthy High at Jamaica College yesterday.

Brown blows through

JC opposition

Shayne Fairman


HAVING risen to captain of last season's triple-crown winning school boy football team, Jamaica College, Allando Brown will be looking to extend their dominance, and hopefully lead them to their third consecutive ISSA/Flow Manning Cup trophy.

Affectionately called 'Allobamma' by team mates, the recently turned19-year-old central defender says he is ready to stop all threats coming JC's way, no matter which team they play or where they play.

"The surfaces really don't give us any challenge, we just come out here and execute well," he said following his team's 4-1 thrashing of Calabar- at that school earlier this week.

In Brown's four years of Manning Cup he won titles in 2013 and 2014 as well as the Olivier Shield and Super Cup titles last year.

In front of passionate and vocal supporters, such as those at Calabar this week which outnumbered JC's travelling fans, Brown noted that his team's performance was good enough to silence the crowd.

"The crowd doesn't matter to JC. The crowd don't matter us; everywhere we go we take over, Jamaica College. We have no fear of nobody," added the captain, when asked of the possible teams that JC could find themselves against including perennial challengers St George's College.

Brown also represented Jamaica at the U-17 and U-20 levels.

His winning reign as a youth player include titles in the 2009 and 2010 Urban Under-14 and All-Island titles as well as the KSAFA U-17 with Cavalier.

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